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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The International magazine of literature, art, and science. Volume 3, Issue 1, April, 1851
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  • The International magazine of literature, art, and science. / Volume 3, Issue 1, miscellaneous front pages, i-viii.
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  • James Fenimore Cooper, 1-8.
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  • Statue of John C. Calhoun, by Hiram Powers, 8-9.
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  • Nell Gwynne, 9-16.
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  • Mary Wolstonecraft Shelley, 16-18.
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  • Rev. H. N. Hudson's Edition of Shakspeare, 18-19.
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  • The Stones of Venice - Religion, Glory, and Art, 19-23.
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  • Contrasted Portraits of Marie Antoinette, 23-24.
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  • Hindostanee Newspapers: The Flying Sheets of Benares, 24-25.
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  • Music, 25-26.
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  • Authors and Books, 26-40.
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  • Astonishing Adventure of James Botello, 40-45.
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  • A Story without a Name, 45-57.
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  • Herbert Knowles, 57-58.
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  • The Count Monte-Leone: or, The Spy in Society, 58-70.
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  • Transformation, 70-77.
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  • Philip Doddridge, and some of His Friends, 77-85.
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  • Lord Thurlow, and His Terrible Swearing, 85-87.
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  • The Last of the Fiddlers. A Village Tale, 87-92.
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  • A Biography of a Bad Shilling, 92-97.
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  • Buying Donkeys at Smithfield, 97.
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  • A Supply of Cocked Hats, 97-98.
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  • To Layard, Discoverer of Babylon and Nineveh, 98.
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  • Physiology of Intemperance, 98-102.
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  • Mining under the Sea, 102-103.
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  • The Costume of the Future, 103-105.
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  • Life in Persia, in the Middle of the Nineteenth Century, 105-108.
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  • Duelling Two Hundred and Fifty Years Ago. Sir Thomas Dutton and Sir Hatton Cheek, 108-110.
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  • My Novel: or, Varieties in English Life., 110-126.
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  • An Inedited Letter of Edward Gibbon, 126-127.
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  • Relics of Madison, 127-128.
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  • The First Ship in the Niger, 128.
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  • The United States, 128-135.
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  • The Fine Arts, 135-138.
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  • Record of Scientific Discovery, 138-140.
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  • Recent Deaths, 140-143.
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  • Ladies Fashions for the Spring, 143-144.
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